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An Egyptian Diplomat at CONAC

The Chairman of the National Anti-Corruption Commission of Cameroon, Rev. Dr. Dieudonné MASSI GAMS, on Friday May 27, 2016, received in audience the Ambassador of the Arab Republic of Egypt to Cameroon, His Excellency Cherif El-Leithy. Focus was on a Memorandum of Cooperation between the Administrative Control Authority of the Arab Republic of Egypt and the National Anti-Corruption Commission of the Republic of Cameroon that is in gestation.

Rev. Dr. Dieudonné MASSI GAMS with his guest, H.E. Cherif El-Leithy, Ambassador of the Arab Republic of Egypt to Cameroon.


The Vice Chairman of CONAC, Prof. ANOUKAHA Francois (clear suit) and the Permanent Secretary (dark suit) were present at the audience.


The Chairman of CONAC reassured his guests that all is in course for an eventual signing of the Memorandum of Cooperation.


The Egyptian Ambassador to Cameroon, His Excellency Cherif EL-LEITHY, had one preoccupation in mind as he visited the National Anti-Corruption Commission on the afternoon of Friday May 27, 2016. The diplomat wanted to know when a Memorandum of Cooperation between the Administrative Control Authority of the Arab Republic of Egypt and the National Anti-Corruption Commission of the Republic of Cameroon, that is in gestation, could be signed. “The official delegation of the Egyptian party is ready and just waiting to come to Yaounde for the signing ceremony”, he explained to the Chairman of CONAC.
Rev. Dr. Dieudonné MASSI GAMS, flanked by his deputy, Prof François ANOUKAHA and the Permanent Secretary of CONAC, Mr. NGALLE EYOUM, thanked the august guest for the visit and reassured him that all is in course for an eventual signing of the Memorandum of Cooperation that would reinforce ties between the two anti-corruption agencies.
In an interview granted to ESPACE CONAC at the end of the 30-minute audience, the Egyptian Ambassador lauded the actions carried out by President Paul BIYA of Cameroon and President ABDEL FATTAH EL-SISI of Egypt to combat corruption in their respective countries. He noted that cooperation in the domain of fighting corruption will be beneficial to both countries that face virtually the same challenges.
The visit of the Egyptian Ambassador to Cameroon was the first by a high ranking personality to the new headquarters of the National Anti-Corruption Commission of Cameroon, CONAC, located opposite the National Communication Council in the Bastos neighborhood of Yaounde.

25-06-2016

   
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